Fresh, Festive & Fabulous

New daily menu specials spice things up at Anchuca

Anchuca Salmon

Sweet & Savory Pan Seared Salmon

When planning Anchuca’s menu each day, general manager and chef Eric Richards likes to take his cues from the season’s freshest finds, choosing only the best local produce and hand-picked meats. In addition to crowd favorites, he likes to spice things up, incorporating his latest finds into unique blends with a delicious outcome. Be sure to check our Facebook page as well as our blog often for the latest information. You never know what new creation will be on the menu, but you know it will be fabulous! And, don’t forget to ask us about hosting your next dinner or special event at Anchuca!Anchuca Menu 8-15

Anchuca Ravioli Special

Mushroom ravioli with asparagus, capers, and bacon

 

Tonight’s Menu

By / 15th August, 2016 / The Neighborhood / No Comments

Come join us for dinner at Café Anchuca! Here is tonight’s menu! Our signature Salmon is absolutely fabulous!

 

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Riverfest Weekend – Sunday Brunch

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It’s Riverfest Weekend in Vicksburg!

We hope you enjoy the Riverfest activities this weekend. We think Sunday brunch at Anchuca would be perfect addition to your plans. This week we are featuring Mrs. Mary’s “Amazing” Meatloaf and our special “Black and Blue Salad.”

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Anchuca’s Sunday Brunch

“It’s more than a meal. It’s a tradition.”

Just imagine…sitting down to a wonderful meal, in a beautiful setting, with gracious servers, and nothing to clean up afterward (except for the finishing touches of a delicious dessert). Ahhh! Now, that’s something I could get used to. And, what a great way to spend time with family and friends! Why not start this tradition with Sunday Brunch at Anchuca Historic Mansion & Inn? Brunch is served each Sunday from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Please call us at 601.661.0111 for reservations.

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Anchuca celebrates 60th anniversary as tour home

Dedication of Historical Marker Planned

Unveiling of Anchuca Historical MarkerVicksburg, Miss. (December 8, 2015) — Anchuca Historic Mansion and Inn, Vicksburg’s first columned mansion and first “home of historic significance” to open its doors “for public inspection,” is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a Holiday Open House and dedication ceremony for its State Historical Marker on Thursday, December 17, 2015, at 9:00 a.m.The house will be open for complimentary tours immediately following the dedication ceremony until noon. All Anchuca gift cards will be offered for sale with an additional 20% cash value added.

A full-page article in the “The Sunday Post-Herald” from November 27, 1955, states that as a tourist attraction, the residence at 1010 First East Street will be known as “Anchuca, an Indian name which in the original Choctaw meant ‘My Happy Home.’” In the 60 years since, Anchuca has not only been home to a fortunate handful of owners/proprietors, but it has also been a home away from home for tourists and guests alike, who keep coming back to enjoy Southern hospitality at its finest and all that Old Town Vicksburg has to offer.

Tom Pharr, owner of Anchuca, said, “We are excited to celebrate this important milestone in Anchuca’s history. When I think of how far tourism has come — especially the opportunities and the reach we now have in this digital age — and the positive economic impact on this community that we have had not only as an attraction for tourists, but also as an employer, I can’t help but be proud of our contribution to preserve such a unique, American historic neighborhood.”

Pharr also believes this success would have made his maternal grandmother, the late Gladys Marie Garner Barnette, in whose memory the State Historical Marker will be dedicated, proud.

“We wanted to honor her memory because she provided the funds to secure the marker through a gift she left for my mother, who passed it on to me,” Pharr said. “We knew we wanted to do something special with the gift, and placing the commemorative marker for everyone who visits to see and learn about the significance of Anchuca seemed like the perfect fit.”

The Mississippi Department of Archives and History began this program in 1949, and has placed nearly 900 silver and green markers across the state to identify and interpret historic sites.

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Notably, town legend proclaims Anchuca’s front balcony was the site of one of Jefferson Davis’ last public addresses to friends and neighbors in 1869, while his brother Joseph E. Davis was in residence at the home. Mr. Bertram Hayes-Davis, great-great-grandson to Jefferson Davis and president of the Jefferson Davis Foundation, and his wife, Carol, will help with the dedication ceremony. The Davis’ stop in Vicksburg is planned as part of an exclusive tour of Jefferson Davis sites along the Mississippi River from New Orleans to Memphis on the American Queen steamboat.

Today, Anchuca, regularly voted Best of the Best for B&B in the “Vicksburg Post’s” poll, boasts 10 beautiful guest rooms and an award-winning Cafe, as well as a gorgeous backdrop for many special events.